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Air Force chief pledges to uphold moral standards
Top pilots said to warn IAF chief new gov’t putting their continued service in doubt
Active reservists, some of them responsible for strikes in Syria, Gaza, potentially Iran, say Smotrich’s incendiary rhetoric, judicial overhaul could expose them to ICC prosecution
Some Likud ministers said to tell Netanyahu, Levin legislative blitz must stop
Tens of thousands rally in 9th straight week of protests against judicial shakeup
Tens of thousands of Israelis took to the streets on Saturday night across the country, in the ninth consecutive week of protests against the government's efforts to radically overhaul the judicial system. The main event began at Tel Aviv's Dizengoff Center at 6 p.m. with a march toward Kaplan Street. Police closed off a...
Ahead of new rallies, Ben Gvir says he expects strict handling of unruly protesters
120 US Jewish leaders: Smotrich ‘should not be given a platform in our community’
One-hundred and twenty American Jewish leaders on Friday signed on to a statement against Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich's visit to the US later this month, saying the far-right Religious Zionism party chief with a history of incendiary remarks "should not be given a platform in our community,"...
‘Racist and irresponsible’: Saudi Arabia blasts Smotrich’s call to wipe out Huwara
UN nuke watchdog chief in Iran: Any military attack on a nuclear facility is illegal
IAEA head Grossi makes comment initially in reference to Ukraine, but says it applies around the world; hails ‘constructive’ Iran meetings paving way for ‘important agreements’
Dozens of Iranian schoolgirls hospitalized in new wave of suspected poisonings
Serving long sentences, women held in Iran’s notorious Evin jail refuse to give in
Israel’s judicial overhaul: What is the coalition planning and where does it stand?
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government is racing to pass an ambitious, sweeping plan to curtail the judiciary and claim unprecedented power for politicians. Critics say it marks a revolutionary change in Israel's governance, essentially removing the ability of the Supreme Court -- which also sits as the High Court of Justice -- to act as a check on the Knesset...
Lithuanian FM: Europe watching Israel’s judicial overhaul with growing concern
Leon Wiener Dow
The parents of Israel
A message to the many Jews across the world concluding that they must divorce themselves from the State of Israel
The new Jewish American Girl dolls are Jewish enough
The Hoffman twins, who observe Hanukkah and Christmas, offer a relatable storyline for interfaith and non-Orthodox girls
Israeli consulate worker charged with attempted murder for attack near NY nightclub
Member of Defense Ministry delegation to US said to have attacked man with glass jug, hitting him repeatedly in head; suspect said to be son of former senior official Israel Maimon
Man lightly wounded in West Bank terror shooting
Victim injured in the leg as he drove on Route 60 highway near Bet Hagai settlement; IDF believes attacker opened fire from passing vehicle
Settlers seen hurling stones, damaging trees in northern West Bank village
Yair Netanyahu brands anti-government protesters ‘terrorists’ after salon standoff
PM’s son says demonstrators tried to ‘lynch’ his mother after protest at Tel Aviv hairdresser, later deletes tweet; senior intelligence officer says he ‘lost it completely’
American rabbis, contending with new Israeli government, weigh different approaches
Kibbutz pickleballers have a ball while courting more team members
The racquet game is slowly gaining local fans, and so too are walking football and Mamanet, as mature Israelis seek out team sports that are easier on the joints
Prince Harry to hold event with anti-Zionist who defended Hamas terrorists
Jewish group blasts royal’s decision to speak with Gabor Maté, a Holocaust survivor who has compared Islamic terror group to Jewish fighters in the Warsaw ghetto
Albania to build museum dedicated to citizens who saved Jews during Holocaust
David I. Klein
Oil to be used in King Charles’ coronation is consecrated in Jerusalem
Liquid from Mount of Olives made sacred by patriarch; Archbishop of Canterbury: ‘From ancient kings to present day, monarchs have been anointed with oil from this sacred place’
'The chef has this great ability to bring people together'
Rehov Charlotte: An ‘under-the-table’ experience that will have you asking for more
Having studied and worked in some of Europe’s top hospitality schools, French immigrant Charlotte Hadjaj is taking dining ‘out’ to a whole new level – and patrons are eating it up
Pro-Palestinian activist gets 18 months in prison for attacks on Jews in New York
Saadah Masoud sent to federal facility for 3 antisemitic assaults in 2021 and 2022; ‘Hate-fueled violence will not be tolerated in our community,’ prosecutor says
Michigan man ordered to jail for threatening to kill Jewish state officials
'What if one of those machines were performed by humans?'
A Rube Goldberg machine comes to life — literally — in a new dance piece
In ‘Rube G. — the Consequence of Action,’ running March 4-19 in NYC’s Gibney Dance Center, choreographer Jody Oberfelder examines the predictability and chaos of human interaction
US Army soldier gets 45 years for neo-Nazi plot to ambush his own paratrooper unit
2 killed as light plane they were flying in crashes into southern highway
Man shot dead in vehicle in southern town of Rahat
Belarus jails Nobel-winning rights activist Ales Bialiatski for 10 years
Lebanon paralysis grows as security chief bows out
Biden had cancerous skin lesion removed in February
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